Gentlemen start your engines

Weather: Colder with a bit of snow in the forecast

Trail Conditions: Ok to bad but cold is coming

With Christmas 2014 in the books I guess snowmobile season officially starts today. Usually right after Christmas is when we start seeing tons of sleds. We are off to a rocky start and only Mother Nature will control our trail conditions from here on out. The next week and a half looks promising cold and snow wise. I know all of you would like to see us just get dumped on but we need cold and an inch or two a day, and that is what is forecasted. Traffic on the other hand will come into play. With most of Wisconsin and Minnesota with no snow I think people will be headed to the UP.

So with all the bullshit that I wrote above I think conditions will improve as we move ahead. For now I don’t have specific information, but as I talk to sledders the next few days I will relay it back to you.

A husband went to the sheriff’s department to report that his wife was missing:  

Husband : – My wife is missing.  She went shopping yesterday and has not come home.
Sergeant : – What is her height?
Husband: –  Gee, I’m not sure. A little over five feet tall.
Sergeant : – Weight?
Husband: –  Don’t know. Not slim, not really fat.
Sergeant : – Color of eyes?
Husband : –  Never noticed. Blue, I think.
Sergeant : –  Color of hair?
Husband : –  Changes a couple times a year . … . maybe reddish.
Sergeant : – What was she wearing?
Husband: –   Could have been a skirt or shorts.  I don’t remember exactly.
Sergeant : –  What kind of car did she go in?
Husband : –  She went in my truck.
Sergeant : – What kind of truck was it?
Husband :  –  Brand new  2014 Ford F150 King Ranch 4 X4 with 5.0L V8 engine special ordered with manual transmission.  It has a custom matching white cover for the bed. Custom leather seats, DVD with Navigation, 21 channel CB radio, 6 cup holders, 4 power outlets, custom “Bubba” floor mats, trailering package with gold hitch.  Put on special alloy wheels and off road Michelin’s.  Wife put a small scratch on the drivers door.
The Sergeant took notes in detail.
At this point the husband started tearing up.    
Sergeant: – Don’t worry…….We’ll find your truck.

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